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Toscha Siedel: Victor & Brunswick Highlights
Artist: Toscha Seidel
Format: CD

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Label: BIDDULPH RECORDS
Rel. Date: 07/17/2020
UPC: 744718013821

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DISC: 1

1. Mozart (Arr. Auer) Gavotte in G (Idomeneo)
2. Mozart (Arr. Burmester) Minuet in D from K334 11 Dec 1938, RCA Victor 4536 (Matrix PBS042261, Gavotte- 042262)
3. Wagner (Arr. Wilhelmj) Albumblatt*
4. Brahms (Arr. Joachim) Hungarian Dance No.L in G minor
5. RCA Victor 4458 (Matrix PCS055460)(Wagner 11 Dec 1938, Brahms 27 Feb 1941)
6. Bakaleinikoff: Brahmsiana* 27 Feb 1941, RCA 18014, Matrix PCS055459)
7. Provost: (Escape to Happiness) Intermezzo 11 Dec 1938, RCA Victor 4458 (Matrix PBS042259)
8. Bridal Morning
9. Dogberry ; Verges (March of the Sentinel)
10. Intermezzo (Garden Scene)
11. Masquerade (Hornpipe)
12. J. Strauss/Tiomkin (The Great Waltz) One Day When We Were Young
13. J. Strauss/Tiomkin (From the Great Waltz) There'll Come a Time
14. J. Strauss/Tiomkin: Voices of Spring /Fr├╝hlinstimmen (11 Dec 1938, RCA Victor 4411 (Matrix PBS026294 TR. 11,-293 TR. 12; 026291
15. I. Allegretto Ben Moderato
16. II. Allegro
17. III. Recitativo-Fantasia: Ben Moderato
18. IV. Allegretto Poco Mosso

More Info:

"The quality of [Seidel's] tone is one of the most beautiful I have heard in my career... it is an injustice of fate that he is not considered the third in a triumvirate with Heifetz and Elman." So wrote Carl Flesch